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Testseek.co.uk have collected 107 expert reviews of the Cooler Master Cosmos 2 and the average rating is 91%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Cooler Master Cosmos 2.
Award: Editor’s Choice January 2012
January 2012
 
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The editors liked

  • Aesthetically very pleasing
  • Fantastic quality inside and out
  • Very spacious even with XL-ATX
  • Thick swinging side doors
  • Multitude of controls at the front
  • Cable management is easy to uphold
  • Extensive space for multiple high-end graphics cards
  • Lots of modular storage bays for 5.25″
  • 3.5″ and 2.5″ drives
  • Excellent cooling capabilities with room for lots of fans and/or radiators
  • Exterior and interior design unlike anything else on the market
  • Built to withstand nuclear fallout
  • Accommodates the highest specification systems
  • Huge physical space inside
  • Plenty of room for cable routing
  • Side door mechanism is brilliant
  • Integrated fan controller
  • Proficient cooling capabilities
  • Watercooling options at both top and bottom of the case

The editors didn't like

  • Plastic used around edges
  • Very heavy – 25KG without components
  • A costly investment
  • It is very expensive
  • Although it is not hard to understand why
  • It is very heavy
  • But again completely understandable given its overall size
  • Unlikely to fit under most people's desk
  • The Cosmos II is beyond huge

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  Published: 2017-05-23, Author: Antony Leather , review by: Bit-Tech.net

  • The Cooler Master Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition looks fantastic, and the addition of panels that are not only made of tempered glass but also bent does make it stand out from the numerous new and refreshed models from the likes Phanteks, NZXT, and Co...

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  Published: 2014-10-21, Author: James , review by: pcgameware.co.uk

  • You cant fail to be impressed by the Cooler Master Cosmos II , there truly is no other case quite like it. If you're really in the market for such a large case, then you're not going to be disappointed. Unpacking the Cosmos II for the fist time is a real...

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  Published: 2014-02-07, review by: eteknix.com

  • Extensive space for multiple high-end graphics cards, Lots of modular storage bays for 5.25″, 3.5″ and 2.5″ drives, Excellent cooling capabilities with room for lots of fans and/or radiators, Exterior and interior design unlike anything else on the market
  • It is very expensive, although it is not hard to understand why, It is very heavy, but again completely understandable given its overall size, Unlikely to fit under most people's desk, The Cosmos II is beyond huge,
  • PriceThere is no easy way of saying this, the Cosmos II can set you back anywhere from £250 to £300 from most major retailers, it is one of the most expensive consumer chassis on the market. Of course the price relative to its quality and of course it's s...

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  Published: 2012-03-14, review by: tomshardware.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Big radiators need lots of space that most enclosures simply weren't designed to offer. We're using Swiftech’s latest triple-fan cooler to test the fitment and performance in four cases supposedly set up to accommodate high-end water cooling setups. CP...

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  Published: 2012-02-10, review by: vortez.net

  • Aesthetically very pleasing, Fantastic quality inside and out, Very spacious even with XL-ATX, Thick swinging side doors, Multitude of controls at the front, Cable management is easy to uphold
  • Plastic used around edges, Very heavy – 25KG without components, A costly investment
  • It’s been a long time coming but does the new COSMOS 2 (as its official name suggests) deliver an ultra-tower to the enthusiast? Let me tell you, I was a big fan of the previous COSMOS series and I’ve been eagerly awaiting the COSMOS 2 release. Cooler...

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  Published: 2012-01-03, review by: kitguru.net

  • Built to withstand nuclear fallout, Accommodates the highest specification systems, huge physical space inside, plenty of room for cable routing, side door mechanism is brilliant, integrated fan controller, proficient cooling capabilities, watercooling options at both top and bottom of the case,

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  Published: 2006-01-01, review by: hardwareheaven.com

  • For its time the original Cosmos 1000 was a very impressive case and other than a few minor issues such as not quite enough room behind the motherboard for wiring and a slightly flimsy back panel it still stands up well against a large number of today...

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  Published: 2017-05-23, Author: Darksaber , review by: techpowerup.com

  • Timeless Cosmos design still works after five years, Bent glass panels with metal pins are pretty amazing, Cool, functional control panel, Two built-in hot swap bays, Localized fan controller, Blue LED strip included, Silent operation is possible at low f
  • Heavy, Six USB 3.0 ports would have been great, The removed eSATA connector from the original Cosmos II could have been replaced with an HDMI port, Cabling can be seen through the tinted window due to the silver interior, All black could still be consider
  • The Cooler Master Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition sells for 349 Euro incl. taxes or around 390 USD excl. taxes. Expect to see it in stores at the end of June 2017. Timeless Cosmos design still works after five years Bent glass panels with metal pins a...

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  Published: 2012-09-14, review by: rwlabs.com

  • Abstract:  Today we are taking our first look at Cooler Master’s new flagship to the well accepted Cosmos line of cases, the Cosmos II. This won’t be a full review. That will have to come later. This case will leave you with an impression from the second t...

 
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  Published: 2012-06-18, review by: techspot.com

  • The Cosmos II lives up to the tremendous hype. Ample and solidly built. Well designed overall, lots of cooling options. You will be hard pressed to find a case that looks sleeker than this
  • Very heavy and pricey
  • Starting with the exterior, the subtle side panel vents really fit this case. The bottom case feet and top handles complement the simple and modern design, while the front door hides the drive bays nicely. The same can be said for the top sliding door...

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